— Jordan Burns posted 15 points, seven assists and six rebounds as Colgate stretched its win streak to 10 games, defeating Boston University 78-63 on Sunday.
— Tucker Richardson and Nelly Cummings scored 17 points apiece as Colgate won its ninth straight game, defeating Boston University 82-72 on Saturday. Jeff Woodward added 15 points for the Raiders. Cummings also had six rebounds, while Woodward posted...
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— Jordan Burns scored 22 points as Colgate stretched its win streak to eight games, defeating Army 92-83 on Sunday night.
— Jordan Burns and Nelly Cummings scored 16 points apiece as Colgate extended its winning streak to seven games, beating Army 84-74 on Saturday. Jack Ferguson added 15 points for the Raiders.
— Nelly Cummings scored 19 points on 7-for-11 shooting and Jordan Burns scored 18 and Colgate used a strong second half to beat Holy Cross 78-60 on Sunday.
— Jordan Burns had 21 points and sank 8 of 10 foul shots to help Colgate past Holy Cross 74-63 in overtime on Saturday.
— Jack Ferguson had a career-high 24 points as Colgate defeated Holy Cross 96-87 on Sunday.
— Ryan Moffatt had 14 points to lead five Colgate players in double figures as the Raiders romped past Holy Cross 95-55 on Saturday.
— Jordan Burns posted 17 points, six rebounds and six assists as Colgate romped past Boston University 89-45 on Sunday night.
— Jordan Burns had 26 points as Colgate defeated Boston University 86-79 on Saturday night.
— Aaron Duhart converted a three-point play in the final 45 seconds, and then added another free throw, scoring the last four points as Army clipped Colgate 75-73 on Sunday less than 24 hours after being blown out by 44 points.
— Nelly Cummings scored 24 points, tying his career high, as Colgate opened its season with a 101-57 over Army on Saturday. Jordan Burns added 20 points for the Raiders.
Tournament MVP Max Mahoney had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead four players in double figures and Boston University shocked Colgate 64-61 on Wednesday night to win its first Patriot League Tournament and earn an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament.
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Jordan Burns scored 17 points and Will Rayman had a double-double and top-seeded Colgate ran away from No. 5 seed Lafayette 89-64 on Sunday in a Patriot League Tournament semifinal game on Sunday.
Rapolas Ivanauskas scored 20 points as top-seeded Colgate led from start to finish to eliminate eighth-seeded Lehigh 83-70 in the quarterfinals of the Patriot League Conference tournament on Thursday night.
Will Rayman and Jordan Burns had double-doubles and Colgate rolled past Army 91-65 on Saturday to capture their first outright Patriot League title with a school record 14 wins.
Jimmy Sotos totaled 17 points and seven rebounds and Paul Newman made 1 of 2 free throws with 7 seconds remaining to help Bucknell upset Colgate 71-70 on Wednesday night.
Jordan Burns scored 23 points and Tucker Richardson had a double-double and Colgate smashed Holy Cross 90-60 on Sunday.
Will Rayman scored 18 points and Colgate held off Lehigh 70-67 on Wednesday night.
Santi Aldama had 22 points and Loyola (MD) surprised defeated Colgate 84-80 on Sunday.
Jordan Burns scored 15 points with six assists and made a career-high five steals and Colgate pulled away in the second half to beat Boston University 79-63 on Monday night to win its fourth straight.
Nelly Cummings scored 18 points to lead four players in double figures and Colgate topped Navy 67-60 on Saturday.
Jordan Burns had 16 points to lead five Colgate players in double figures as the Raiders routed Lehigh 81-51 on Wednesday night.